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Downloading Ebooks and Textbooks - A Blog for Private Torrent Trackers & Piracy

Downloading Ebooks and Textbooks - A Blog for Private Torrent Trackers & Piracy
A guide to help people find ebooks & textbooks *(updated August 11, 2016) Start by using these 4 steps 1) Search on Google The name of the book + download and/or epub, “.epub”, mobi, “.mobi”, pdf, “.pdf” Other ebook formats @ wikipedia.org | google.com/search?q=ebook+formats An example search > google.com An example search > google.com 2) Search on Libgen.io | golibgen.io | gen.lib.rus.ec An example search > libgen.io An example search > golibgen.io An example search > gen.lib.rus.ec 3) Search on BookZZ.org & BookFI.net An example search > bookzz.org An example search > bookfi.net 4) Search publicly tracked torrents Search torrentproject.se An example search > torrentproject.se Google [search for the name of the book + torrent] An example search > google.com ..and other public torrent indexes An example search > thepiratebay.org Publicly tracked torrent index “ebook/book” categories thepiratebay.org/browse/601 1337x.to/sub/36/0/ extratorrent.cc/category/2/Books+Torrents.html ebookbay.net freeetextbooks.com

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